Since the beginning of the year, Evans got 347 points (number 102 in the Race, partly because he won a challenger in Noumea in january), Sweeting 244, Kuznetsov 204.
I guess they are not far from each other
, not far in age too.
Kuznetsov may be more talented, but apart from that
I'm rather surprised about Britton who has done nothing on the mens's tour
Harrison would be better (he just qualified in Binghamton challenger and has been quite regular since he came back from injury), but I guess they're prisoners of an internal rule
Evans has had a very disappointing season after a good start though. He is very, very inconsistent and has had some WCs already. I think the USTA should sort of let him try on his own; he's been given sufficient help as it is. I like him, but he belongs in qualies this year.
Alex has had a horrible start to the year, but he has really turned it around quite well. Reached the final in Lexington and Savannah, won in Winnetka.
Ryan's progress hasn't been as rapid as I thought it would have been. Out of the three, I think he has the most potential, but that doesn't mean that much. But at the same time, I think he has a good record when he has been given WCs.